Apr 9, 2015byHow They Got Game Project, Stanford University
These are the last few minutes of EA-Land at the See You Soon Party in EA Town Hall, hosted by EA's Parizad. Tears are shed, final goodbyes are made, and lasting memories are created before the plug is pulled and the world is brought to an end. The party was held in the Community Pub (Test Center 3) and EA Town Hall (EA-Land), beginning Thursday, July 31st, 11 p.m and with a scheduled ending of 4 a.m. PDT. The game world was officially shut down as of 4:35am PST, August 1st, 2008. If you have a... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: EA-Land, The Sims Online, Archiving Virtual Worlds, Electronic Arts, Shutdown, Parizad, See You...
Video from the C64 game "Mario Bros" played in 2Player mode. This video is downloadable too in a better quality. (see below) more Infos to this title by Lemon64.com More Infos about this videoproject at our homepage ( 1 reviews ) Topics: c64, mario, bros
Video from the C64 game "Burger Time" This video is downloadable too in a better quality. (see below) more Infos to this title by Lemon64.com More Infos about this videoproject at our homepage ( 2 reviews ) Topics: c64, burger, time
A "Let's Play" of the game "Assassin's Creed: Revelations". I, BarackObeezy, do the gameplay and commentary. Check me out on YouTube: http://youtube.com/BarackObeezy Available on YouTube. Not available on the LP Archive. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Assassin's Creed, walkthrough, solution gameplay, video games, Assassin's Creed Revelations,...
Super Metroid (PAL) - Any% TAS in 0:25 by Saturn, completed in July 5, 2010. This is a reworked any% TAS of Super Metroid, aiming for fastest completion time without restrictions. It uses a fully optimized route, which collects all the necessary items to maximize mobility, variety, and damage power of the beams for much quicker battles, while also using the latest speed tricks and boss strategies, with some of them never seen before. The result is a game completion of only 25 minutes, which is... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Super Metroid, PAL, TAS, Tool-assisted speedrun, Emulated run, Saturn, Any%, Super Nintendo
BarackObeezy returns with a new LP. This time for the game "Assassin's Creed II" (Assassin's Creed 2), the prequel to my previous series Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Lineup is: Sequence 1-11, 14 Sequence 13 and 14 (DLC missions) are omitted due to time constraints and as a personal choice on my part. Available on YouTube. Not available at the LP Archive. _______________________________ Q&A: Q: What is the total size of this collection in original MP4? A: About 27 GB for the set,... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: assassin's creed 2, ac2, let's play, walkthrough, assassin's creed, ezio auditore, barackobeezy
Using unmodified versions of the PlayStation game "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4," this piece exploits bugs and glitches in the code to create dirty, jolting game loops. Video games are both the medium and the content of the work; no additional footage or editing is used. After being "prepared," the game plays itself perpetually. ( 9 reviews ) Topic: Department Works
A fantastic ch5 run from CCC_Shiner here - getting every known chain in the level. Especially look out for the insanely good boss times, particuarly the 65s snakes effort - amazing! This run drops some bullet eating points from 5-1, but apart from that its just about a perfect run! ( 6 reviews ) Topic: Ikaruga
Video capture from gathering before first day, 9 May 2008, of "Convergence of the Real and the Virtual," The First Scientific Conference in World of Warcraft. These video captures show the conference group gathering on the first day, before the session begins. Some shots include the user interface, some do not. The character whose view is shown is Liebenwalde(Henry Lowood). "This is a scientific conference to be held May 9-11, 2008, inside World of Warcraft, devoted to research... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment, Convergence of the Real and the Virtual, Science magazine
Myth:TFL is a "real-time tactical" game released for Mac and PC in 1997 by Bungie Studios. In defiance of established RTS conventions, it has no base-building, resource-gathering, or tech tree. What it does have is a collection of unusual or groundbreaking features such as 3D terrain, ballistic and collision physics, squad formations, a free-rotating player POV, and hardware-accelerated graphics that (thanks to maintenance from the fanbase) are still easy on the eyes. It also has the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, johnny law, myth: the fallen lords
video from the c64 game "Pole Position" This video is downloadable too in a better quality. (see below) more Infos to this title by Lemon64.com More Infos about this videoproject at our homepage ( 1 reviews ) Topics: c64, pole position
October 2002 Interview with Shigeru Miyamoto, game footage includes Zelda: The Wind Walker, Metroid Prime and Animal Crossing. Questions asked about if his family and children influences his design, about how now he oversees games and if that takes away from the more hands on role he had previously. Then moving onto the new Metroid (Prime) game and if it would be more open like previous Metroid games, then if Japanese players would respect the first person view, and his role in it. He is then... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Kikizo, Shigeru Miyamoto, Interview, Nintendo, Zelda, The Wind Walker, Metriod, Animal Crossing,...
Legend of Zelda (ゼルダの伝説) is an adventure game that easily takes you days to beat. Its world is so huge and full of obscure secrets that without great deal of planning you won't make it in less than many hours. The previous Zelda movie which was designed together by many masterminds at the Nesvideos forums and played by Sleepz has now been beaten by Phil by 86 seconds because of tactical changes mostly. The Up+A trick (save and restart) was used in this movie several times. It was... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: speedrun, tool-assisted, superplay, tool-assisted speedrun, bisqwit, final fantasy, timeattack
Welcome everyone to my newest major LP project: Let's Play the Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. This will be more of a completionist run in that I will collect all of the items and heart pieces and show off most of what the game has to offer. I'll also be showing off some ways to exploit a few glitches along the way if such an opportunity arises. First, some information. Title: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Genre: Adventure/Dungeon Crawler Release Dates: November 1991 (JP), April... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, MeccaPrime, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
It is not a complete walktrough but single track only. The track is: Bordeaux/France as fast as possible and the total timeunits is 3'24"76. This track is known to be hard. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Super Nintendo, Emulated speedrun, tool-assisted speedrun
Q:What is Fahrenheit? A: Short answer, the European title of the dramatic adventure game Indigo Prophecy. Long answer, it's the second game developed by Quantic Dream and directed by David Cage. It's the trainwreck that comes after body-hopping David Bowie (Omikron: The Nomad Soul) and before the Uncanny Valley (Heavy Rain). Q: What's Mayans and Hobos? A: For the first few chapters of the game, I'm doing two separate playthroughs to show of the interactivity of the environments and the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, fahrenheit, trainwreck, lordmune
A collection of videos from Awesome Games Done Quick 2013, a speedrunning charity marathon that was broadcast live with a peak of over 50k+ concurrent viewers, and raising over $450k for cancer prevention and research. ( 2 reviews )
Speed run of Final Fantasy II in 38 segments completed on December 19 2005. Available in low quality only, video quality is poor when moving in the overworld. Timing note: Game's timer is referenced at its last visible point, then real time from then to final damage numbers appearing is added. Resulting time is rounded up to the next whole minute since the game timer could've have been :59 seconds at the last visible moment. Author's comments: First, I would like to thank my friend Kyle for... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Final Fantasy, Super Nintendo
"A USC Center for Scholarly Technology and Technology Enhanced Learning project uses the virtual world of Second Life to immerse students inside the story they are covering - what would happen if campus could not be accessed to due a natural disaster? Could continuity of teaching be guaranteed? What are the advantages of digital tools for teaching, what works, what doesn't. Draxtor Despres spent time with a class of international journalism students to find out." --... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Second Life, Linden Lab, De La Pena, Nonny, Castaneda, Laura, Chapman, Wendy, University of...
Once again Tony Hawk's Underground 2 features a long list of gaps to do, and once again thousands of people all over the world are wondering where they are and how to do them. That's why I decided to make videos to help those people on their quest. I don't recommend using these videos as a base and copying them 1:1, it's fun to search for the gaps yourself. You should use those videos to help you out if you cannot find a specific gap. The quality is not all too great, but you can always tell... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: walkthrough, THUG2, Tony Hawk
Before the days when controlling solely female characters in a video game was the norm (thanks to Lara Croft), comes a pseudo-sequel to the popular X-Men and X-Men 2 for the Genesis, titled X-Women. The game follows the same formula established by its predecessors, except the player controls an all-female team from the pages of the comic series. But, like many other titles that were announced for the Genesis during its twilight years (the company behind the console, Sega, dropped development... ( 5 reviews )
This live-action ad for the Genesis version of side-scrolling platformer Boogerman features our over-ventilated hero blasting a hole in the cafe wall behind him, before a female voice-over explains the problem of the 'Atomic Butt Blast', and some brief in-game footage kicks in. ( 4 reviews )
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (which shall henceforth be called "ShatMemz") is a horror-themed adventure game "survival horror" video game and is a reimagining of the first game in the Silent Hill series. It was released on December 9th, 2009 for the Wii, PS2 and PSP. The advertising for the game emphasized the horror (amplified by the lack of combat) and the story which was (seemingly) very strongly influenced by "psychological factors" which the game takes into... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, VoidBurger, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
What’s this Journeyman Project business? Is this like that NBC show that got cancelled a couple years back? No, it’s not the TV show, go away. The Journeyman Project is a series of first-person adventure games released in the 1990s, developed by the now-defunct Presto Studios. The first game was one of the first CD-ROM adventure games ever released, coming out just a few months before the Myst franchise started up. In the games you play an agent in the Temporal Security Agency (TSA) who... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, macnbc, Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime
For more details, see http://tasvideos.org/610M.html Selected comments from the author: "This time it's the very old game Circus Charlie. I made it mostly because I played this game as a child and it is a great memory for me ;) Hmm, the gameplay is comparably to Kung Fu, Balloon Fight or Popeye. Very old and easy and it goes on forever. However it just loops after stage 5 so I stopped my fmv there. Hmm, I don't know if you have played this game but as I said it's very simple. Basically you... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NES, Circus Charlie, TAS, Tool-assisted, Speedrun, Walker Boh
Nintendo has a very well refined game design process. They take all their old ideas, put them on a bingo board, and play through a round. All the squares that got covered on the winner's bingo sheet end up in the next game they make. Some time ago, this process went wrong, and a rogue employee jammed some new ideas into a Mario game. The game was New Super Mario Brothers on the DS, and it included moving scenery and something likes a physics system. Nintendo knew that the only way to make... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, Maxwell Adams, New Super Mario Bros Wii
Longplay from the NES verions from Double Dragon 1+2. I`ve cutted both parts to one video. I don`t think Double Dragon 1 on the NES is really a good game but nice as bonus for the great second part. Part 2 is played in Two-Player mode and without losing a life. The video contains all cutscenes. Double Dragon 1: 14:14 minutes Double Dragon 2: 20:11 minutes The video is downloadable in a high and medium quality. I advise the cinepack versions. Search for "Creator:MontyMole" and watch... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: nes, longplay, double dragon
Speed run of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night as Richter Belmont done on July 12 2005. Available in normal and low quality. Author's comments: Well, this is my second time speedrunning Symphony of the Night using Richter. Credit goes to Mike Uyama who let me know that I didn't use the right path the first time around, which eventually brought me to Persona's video. Persona had some useful techniques to get through many of the rooms so credit goes to him as well. Unfortunately, there were... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, PlayStation
video from the c64 video "Strip Poker" This video is downloadable too in a better quality. (see below) more Infos to this title by Lemon64.com More Infos about this videoproject at our homepage ( 2 reviews ) Topics: c64, strip poker